PGA Tour Money List 2013: Tiger Woods' earnings at $8.2 million

Jim Rogash

Tiger has played well at nearly every event he's participated in this year, and he's been rewarded financially in a big way.

Tiger Woods has made a lot of money on the PGA Tour over the years, and in 2013 he is atop the money list once again. Playing in 14 events this season thus far, Woods has brought home $8,231,839 in earnings. He's won five tournaments and finished in the top 10 in two others.

Matt Kuchar, who has played in seven more events than Woods, is second on the money list with $5,415,008 in winnings. Long-time PGA veteran Phil Mickelson is third in earnings, sitting right behind Kuchar with $5,253,527.

No other players on the Tour have eclipsed $5 million as of this weekend. Brandt Snedker is fourth on the money list with $4,934,087, while Henrik Stenson is right behind him after bringing in $4,905,963 the past eight months. Adam Scott, who's made $4,664,611 this year, is the only other player to make upwards of $4 million in 2013.

A full look at the money list leaderboard can be found here. As the golfers continue their chase for the FedEx Cup, the next chance they'll have to add onto their earnings is Sept. 12-15 as the BMW Championship begins.

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